This year, smartphones like foldable smartphones, pop-up cameras have been in the innovation trend. Next year dual screens and budget 5g smartphones are going to come in trend. Stepping towards this, Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi has patented its first dual display smartphone. However, there has been no official announcement about it from Xiaomi. A video is going viral on social media, showing the design of a smartphone with xiaomi’s dual display. Xiaomi can also make several new announcements at MWC 2020, which is held in February next year.

On social media, Tipster has shown the design of the front and back panels of this smartphone. In which both the screen of the phone can be seen. The front panel can see a bezel lace screen, while the rear panel can see a quad camera and display. The front panel of the phone is not given a notch, it is clear that the phone can come with a pop-up camera. Sensors in the front panel of the phone can be seen on a very thin bejal. Flash can also be seen in the back panel of the phone. The rear display of the phone can be seen only in the size of the camera, i.e., it does not have a full display on both sides like Vivo NEX 2.

Not only that, Xiaomi will also launch its foldable smartphone next year. Recently, the company has made the design of its first foldable smartphone obsolete. Last month, Motorola launched its first foldable smartphone Moto Razr. It has a flip-style folding screen. Xiaomi is also going to launch its first 5G smartphone Redmi K30 Pro this year. At the same time, the company is going to launch more than 10 non-lapsable 5g smartphones next year.

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